Lists and tid bits: parasitology

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  1. Give the infective stage of
    Ancylostoma 
    Toxocara cat
    Trichuris vulpis
    Filaroides hirthi and Oslerus osleri
    • 3rd
    • 2nd
    • 3rd
    • 1st
  2. Bright red blood in the feces
    • Strongyloides stercoralis 
    • Trichuris vulpis
  3. Undergo visceral migration.
    • Toxocara 
    • Strongylus vulgaris
    • Fasciola hepatica
    • Aelurostrongylus 
    • Eucoleus aerophila 
    • Parascaris equorum
  4. 3 avenues of communication
    Lymphatics, circulation, nervous system
  5. What is anemia
    A reduction in the number of red blood cells and/or a reduction in the hemoglobin concentration
  6. Prepatent period
    Dirofilaria immitis
    Ancylostoma 
    Toxocara
    Trichuris 
    Toxascaris leonina
    Spirocerca lupi
    Strongylus vulgaris
    • 6-7 months
    • 14 days
    • 21 days
    • 3 months
    • 10 weeks
    • 6 months 
    • 6 months
  7. What are the benzimendazoles
    Parbendazole, albendazole, cambendazole, thiabendazole, fenbendazole, oxibendazole, oxifendazole,
  8. Which parasites penetrate the skin
    • Strongyloides 
    • Ancylostoma
    • Habronema
    • Draschia
    • Stephanurus edentatus
  9. Can cause tumors or cancer
    • Spirocerca lupi 
    • Draschia megastoma
  10. How do we diagnose lungworms
    Baermann apparatus
  11. Can be seen in the feces in larval form
    • Pathogenic female of Strongyloides stercoralis 
    • lungworms
  12. Nematodes that inhabit the small intestine
    • Ancylostoma 
    • Toxocara and other ascarops
    • Strongyloides
    • small strongyles
  13. Verminous arteritis is caused by what parasite in the horse
    Migration of the 4th stage of Strongylus vulgaris in the cranial mesenteric artery
  14. Nematodes inhabiting the cecum, colon, and large intestine
    • Trichuris vulpis - cecum
    • Large strongyles - cecum and colon
    • Probstmayria vivipara
    • Oxyuris equipment - colon and small opening
  15. This is the swelling from the brisket all the way up to mandible and neck. Bottle jaw
    Anasarca
  16. What causes bottle jaw aka______
    • Submandibular edema 
    • stomach worms
  17. Which parasites do not feed on the mucosal lining but obtain their nourishment from the contents of the intestines
    • Ascaris suum 
    • Ascaris lumbricoides
  18. The most verminous pneumonias attributed to "lungworms" is a direct result of
    Protostrongylus rufescens
  19. Common intermediate hosts of nematodes:
    Spirocerca lupi 
    Dirofilaria immitis
    Physaloptera praeputialis, rara 
    Stephanurus edentatus
    • Coprophagous beetle 
    • mosquito 
    • beetle
    • earthworm
  20. Common intermediate hosts:
    Eucoleus aerophila 
    Aelurostrongylus 
    Paragonimus kellicotti 
    Filaroides 
    Metastrongyloidea
    • Earth worm
    • mollusk
    • crawfish 
    • none, can be direct or indirect 
    • earthworm or snail
  21. This ascaris does not viscerally migrate but lives it's entire life in the small intestine
    Toxascaris leonina
  22. The term "flank sucking" is specific for what parasite
    Trichuris vulpis
  23. This is the most pathogenic nematode from a public health standpoint
    Strongyloides
  24. This is the esophageal worm of the dog. Causing tumors in the esophagus
    Spirocerca lupi
  25. All large strongyles are known as
    Red worms or blood worms
  26. This is the most common cause of death due to colic in horses
    Strongylus vulgaris
  27. Larval form of mesocestoides
    Tetrathyridium
  28. What are the common hemoflagellates
    • Trypanosoma cruzi, brucci, euiperdum
    • Leishmania
  29. Common mucoflagellates
    • Trichomonas
    • Isospora 
    • Giardia
    • Eimeria
  30. Diseases transmitted by Rhipicephalus sanguineus
    • Tularemia 
    • Piroplasmosis/Babesiosis
    • Ehrlichiosis 
    • Tick Paralysis
    • Bartonellosis 
    • Western Equine Encephalitis
  31. Common diseases transmitted by Dermacentor variablis aka _______
    • American dog tick
    • tularemia 
    • Anaplasmosis 
    • tick paralysis
  32. Name the species for
    Cheyletiella in dogs, cats, and rabbits
    what's the nickname for these?
    • Cheyletiella yasurgi - dogs 
    • Cheyletiella blake - cats
    • Cheyletiella parasitovorax - rabbit
    • Walking Dandruff

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